Reading and Craft Talk Series
Our Reading and Craft Talk series provides opportunities for published authors to address informal audiences on topics related to the craft of writing. Held on Thursdays, 7-8:30pm, at Great Harvest Bread Company 570 E. Benson Boulevard, Anchorage, these free talks generally begin with a short reading followed by a 20-30 minute craft talk. The event concludes with a question and answer session and book signing. (Authors are responsible for providing their own books.)
49 Writers typically schedules three Reading & Craft Talks in fall and three in spring. We prefer to confirm presenters at least four weeks in advance but we are always open to additional opportunities as they present themselves. Click here to propose a Reading and Craft Talk.
FALL 2015 FEATURED AUTHORS
Bob Holman - Bob Holman Answers All Your Questions about Orality, Endangered Languages, and the Mediaization of Poetry: on Thursday, October 15 at 7pm
Linda Martin - Just a Figure of Speech—finding and placing metaphors to best effect: on Thursday, November 12 at 7pm
SPRING 2015 FEATURED AUTHORS
Alyse Knorr - Locating Love: The Impact of Place on the Lyric Love Poem: March 26, Anchorage
Deb Vanasse - The Self-Made Writer: January 29, Anchorage
Rachel Weaver - Efficient Revising: Time-saving Techniques: February 26, Anchorage / March 1, Juneau
FALL 2014 FEATURED AUTHORS
Lee Goodman - On Writing Commercial Literary Fiction - or Literary Commercial-Fiction?
David Stevenson - Letters from Chamonix: Teasing Fiction from Fact
Susanna Mishler - A Fine Contrivance: How Can a Poem Be a Machine?
SPRING 2014 FEATURED AUTHORS
FALL 2013 FEATURED AUTHORS
SPRING 2013 FEATURED AUTHORS
Leigh Newman - Memoir, Failed Novels, and the Literary Essay
Eva Saulitis - Architecture 101: What Poetry Taught Me about Form in Non-Fiction (in collaboration with Alaska Quarterly Review)
Anne Coray - The Poem Within
Cinthia Ritchie - How to Find the Time to Finish Your Book
Bill Streever - Story Telling and Science: Writing about All Things Cold and All Things Hot
A big thank you to our host, Great Harvest Bread Company!
Author Katey Schultz (Flashes of War)
speaks at our March 2014 Reading and Craft Talk
at Great Harvest Bread Company.
Photo courtesy of Lizzie Newell
To hear Cinthia Richie's
Reading and Craft talk from
February 11, 2013, click HERE.
Recorded for KONR 106.1 LP FM radio